Velocity Software, Inc. is recognized as a leader in the performance measurement of z/VM and Linux on z. The Velocity Performance Suite consist of a set of tools that enable installations running z/VM to manage Linux and z/VM performance. In addition, many components of server farms can be measured and analyzed. Performance data can be viewed real-time through the use of either 3270 or a browser. The CLOUD Implementation (zPRO) component is designed for full cloud PaaS implementation as well as to extend the capabilities of the z/VM sysprog (system programmer) to the browser world. This feature moves system management to the point-and-click crowd. Archived data and reports can be kept available of long term review and reporting usine zMAP. The zVPS, formally ESALPS, components consist of: zMON (formally ESAMON - real-time display of performance data), zTCP (formally ESATCP - SNMP data collection), zMAP (formally ESAMAP - historical reporting and archiving), zVWS (formally ESAWEB - z/VM based web server), zTUNE (a subscription service), zVIEW (formally SHOWCASE - web based viewing of performance data), zPRO (new to the quality line of Velocity Software Products). Velocity continues to work with other software vendors to ensure smooth interface with or from other products such as VM:Webgateway, CA-Webgateway, EnterpriseWeb, MXG, MICS. Velocity software remains the leader and inovator in the z/VM performance, Linux performance, Managing cloud computing arenas.
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Performance Analysis for Linux


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Table of Contents

1) Performance Analysis for Linux for z/VMand z/Linux

Linux questions and answers
2) Answers to all your questions 1
3) Answers to all your questions 1
4) VM Functionality
5) Performance Instrumentation Issues

Top Linux performance problems
6) Top problems for z/Linux
7) Top problems for z/Linux
8) Top problems for z/Linux RealTime

"z" level set
9) "z" Level Set
10) "z"Level Set
11) What is Performance Monitoring?
12) Typical performance problems
13) Who are the players?

Performance Monitor Introduction
14) VM Performance Monitoring - zMON
15) zMON Example (RTM Emulation)
16) zMON Example (screen menu)
17) zMON Example (screen menu)
18) zMON ExampleMonitoring- ESAMAP
19) zMON Example (DASD Devices)
20) Entry Level monitor deficiencies
21) ESAMON adds PDB
22) ESAMON: Operational Display
23) ESAMON Example (User Classes)
24) ESAMON Example (Users)
25) ESAMON Example (User History)
26) Performance Reporting Requirements
27) VM Performance Monitoring - ESAMAP
28) ESATUNEETSNMP
29) Traditional VM Monitor "deficiencies"
30) Add network and Linux data collection: ESATCP

Monitoring Linux
31) NETSNMPe Case Study
32) NT - SNMP Example<
33) Disk consolidation planning

Performance case study showing broken agent process data
34) Performance Case Study
35) Performance Case Study
36) Performance Case Study

Fixing broken Linux data using VM data
37) PRORATE ON
38) PRORATE ON
39) PRORATE ON
40) Linux Storage Performance

Virtual Disk for Swap
41) VM Storage Overview, Paging Hierarchy
42) ESAMON: ESAVDSK (Virtual Disk)
43) Virtual Storage vs Virtual Disk tradeoffs
44) Cost of Swap
45) Linux – 128MB Example
46) Cost of Swapping
47) Summary
Author: Barton Robinson



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